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Poster: Spuzz Date: Apr 3, 2006 1:53pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: YouTube

Controlling things??

Well what do you mean? I'm always assuming once you post something on the internets that's not copyrighted, or better yet, an amateur production, then get it ready for the ride of it's life.

Like I wonder if my movie, "Albert", since it's on YouTube now, will get the interest of some film festival, who would decide to show it at their festival. I mean, they don't have my permission, but there's nothing really I can do about it, because I posted it there in the first place.

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Poster: thepete Date: Apr 3, 2006 2:03pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: YouTube

I see--the issue for control is stopping it from being used to make someone money. I wouldn't have a problem with it if it just played at a festival, but if the festival used my video in it's advertising, to get people to pay for tickets, then I'd be annoyed. Still, I'm just happy to have people see my stuff. :) So I guess I can deal with that. Thanks for your input.